Self-directed Innovation Roadmap Modules
Access over thirty modules in four easy to follow innovation phases with a flexible annual or monthly subscription.
The Innovation Roadmap Modules are at the core of the self-directed online process that will guide you through three stages of innovation. Each module contains easy to follow steps for a wide range of topics such as managing ideation sessions, driving change, developing products, finding vendors and understanding customer needs. See the modules in the left to learn more about the range of topics covered in the innovation roadmap.
Start your complimentary trial today. Get your free copy of the 10-Step Innovation Plan.
Register now for a complimentary one-month subscription.
You will receive a credit for the first month of your monthly subscription. You can cancel your monthly subscription at anytime.
Design of Modules
The modules are designed to allow individuals and teams at organizations to manage innovation in people, processes, products, services and many other areas. The program is designed to answer thousands of questions that innovators ask today. Some examples:
- What are the requirements for successful innovation?
- How can I manage the risk of failure?
- How can I harness the creativity of my team / organization?
- Is innovation restricted primarily to product development?
- Does it include processes to manage teams and develop talent?
- What steps will help me manage an innovation process?
- How can we ensure that innovation leads to revenue growth?
- Can I launch an innovation project to change the culture in my organization?
- What is required to manage an innovation portfolio?
- How can we mange resources to improve our innovation initiatives?
It is designed to allow teams to leverage modules to address their address their unique requirements in three essential areas:
Even the most competent individual or organization that deploys resources effectively still needs to invest in innovation to improve practices and outcomes. Because this is the practical stage of any innovation initiative. without the right resources in the right place, it will not be possible to take an innovation initiative from start to completion.
As you would know, resource allocation is critical to strategy development and needs to be designed to be integral to aligning innovation to strategic objectives. One approach that has worked well is to split resources equally to improve existing products and processes, searching out adjacencies and exploring completely new opportunities.
Every individual and organization has its own history and set of capabilities which determine its innovation competency. Individuals and organizations can’t change overnight to operate differently. It takes dedication and small steps to improve processes.